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Foodies delight at inaugural Fermanagh Restaurant Week

Normal Coalter, Saddlers Restaurant; Nicky Cassidy, Westville Hotel; Tanya Cathcart, Fermanagh Lakeland Tourism; John Boyle, Waterways Ireland; Councillor Mary Garrity, Chairperson of Fermanagh and Omagh District Council; Emmett Sweeney, Franco’s Restaurant and Noel McMeel, Lough Erne Resort.

Normal Coalter, Saddlers Restaurant; Nicky Cassidy, Westville Hotel; Tanya Cathcart, Fermanagh Lakeland Tourism; John Boyle, Waterways Ireland; Councillor Mary Garrity, Chairperson of Fermanagh and Omagh District Council; Emmett Sweeney, Franco’s Restaurant and Noel McMeel, Lough Erne Resort.

Fermanagh has for many years been renowned for its top class restaurants and fantastic cuisine.
As part of the Northern Ireland  Year of Food & Drink 2016, Fermanagh Lakeland Tourism together with the Fermanagh food trade are organising the first ever Fermanagh Restaurant Week, from this Friday September 16th  – Sunday 25th September 2016.  
This event will coincide with Festival Lough Erne, Fermanagh’s food and water festival taking place in the grounds of the newly redeveloped Enniskillen Castle on 24th and 25th September.
The highlights of Restaurant Week will include three signature events taking place at Enniskillen Castle from Wednesday 21st – Friday 23rd September, where three of our well known eateries: Westville Hotel, Saddlers Restaurant and the Lough Erne Resort, will turn the venue into a pop-up restaurant for the night, serving the very best of their cuisine in the grounds of this iconic visitor attraction overlooking Lough Erne.
Diners will also get the chance to eat at Florence Court and Castle Coole National Trust properties with menus by Tully Mill Restaurant, Florencecourt.  
Other events include afternoon tea at Belleek Pottery or taking part in the black pudding recipe competition organised by O’Doherty’s Fine Meats during their Black Pudding Festival.  There will be a special taster menu in the Killyhevlin Lakeside Hotel so there’s certainly plenty going on to whet the appetite!
Fermanagh Restaurant Week aims to highlight the wonderful local produce on offer here, combined with our wealth of fantastic scenery, historic monuments, the iconic Lough Erne, as well as the great range of eateries in the County. The event has been welcomed by many of our well known restaurants and producers as an opportunity to give customers a different dining experience, available only for the duration of Restaurant Week.
This is the perfect event for food enthusiasts with cookery demonstrations, courses and competitions, wine tasting, craft beer events and themed menus such as a “Game of Thrones” speciality menu created by Cafe Merlot, there really is something for all tastes and budgets.  
Dine on the tranquil waters of Lough Erne on board one of our water buses- the MV Kestrel, Lady of the Lake or take a bespoke tour in the Erne Water Taxi and discover the Lough Erne Food Trail.
For full details of what’s on visit http://www.fermanaghlakelands.com/Fermanagh-Restaurant-Week-A393


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